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Florida State made waves when they landed running back Cam Akers just a few weeks ago.

When he noted he was going to Tallahassee, there was truly no turning back as the five-star running back joined two other five-star recruits, defensive back Stanford Samuel and weak side defensive end Joshua Kaindoh, as early enrollees over the last week.

“We are very excited to have these outstanding young men join our program and enroll early with us for the spring semester,” Jimbo Fisher said, per 247sports. “Each of these players has a bright future ahead at Florida State both on and off the field. Being able to enroll early is a huge benefit for these young men as they will be able to get a jump start adjusting to academics and college life in addition to athletics. This group can help move this team forward and continue to build on our championship-winning legacy. I’m looking forward to each of these players making contributions to our program this spring.”

Akers stunned hometown Ole Miss, as well as LSU, when he chose Florida State as the No. 2 running back in the country. Kaindoh is the No. 2 player and Samuel ranks in at No. 3.

All three are top-20 nationwide athletes.